Saddle Grouper fish are from the waters of the Indo Pacific Ocean and are marked with silver and black along their bodies. Saddle groupers are large fish and can grow up to 50 inches at full length, for this reason we only recommend that they are kept in an aquarium of at least 500 gallons to provide them with plenty of swimming and living room. Saddle Groupers are aggressive but not incredibly difficult to care for, even the beginning aquarium owner should be able to care for this fish without too much of a problem. Saddle Groupers are aggressive and should only be kept with other fish that can defend themselves.
Origin: Pacific-Indian Ocean
Size: Can grow to 50 inches at full length
Aquarium: Saltwater, cannot be kept in a reef aquarium.
Minimum Tank Size: 500 Gallons
Compatibility: Should only be kept with other fish that can care for themselves.